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Vet-SAMe 100 for Small BreedsThis treatment applies to the following species:
Helps Maintain a Healthy Liver and Cognitive Support
Vet-SAM™ Enteric Coated Tablets contain SAMe and Andrographis paniculata to help support hepatic function and Ginkgo biloba for cognitive support. Tablets are enteric coated for protection against stomach acids and delivery of SAMe to the small intestine for optimal absorption.
SAMe* (from S-Adenosyl L-Methionine Tosylate Disulfate)
Andrographis paniculata powder*
Ginkgo biloba (leaf) Extract*
*Daily value not established
OTHER INGREDIENTS: Calcium Carbonate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Sodium Starch Glycolate, Croscarmellose Sodium, Silicon Dioxide and Vegetable Magnesium Stearate
SPECIES: Dogs and Cats
Suggested use as a dietary supplement
1 tablet daily for dogs and cats under 20 lbs.
2 tablets daily for dogs and cats between 21-40 lbs. or as directed by a veterinarian.
Feed on an empty stomach 1-hour before/after food for optimum absorption.
WarningsFor veterinary use only. In case of accidental overdose, contact your veterinarian immediately. Keep out of reach of children.
PrecautionsDo not break or crush tablets.
StorageStore at room temperature. Protect from freezing.
AVAILABLE THROUGH LICENSED VETERINARIANS ONLY
MANUFACTURED FOR: VetBiotek Inc., Largo, Florida USA
30 Enteric Coated Tablets
NAC No.: 1840014.0
11401 BELCHER ROAD S., SUITE 260, LARGO, FL, 33773
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